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    The Well of Shama. What was it? Where is it today?

    shamayim - the heavens shama - the high place
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    Boyars and the Clothes of Giants

    in the region where they lived was a culture called the gumelnita. they made a figurine with one long arm. he is also seen sitting on a turtle oddly. it would not have been strange for these figurines to be found throughout history as they are found in obvious places like tells. and on the...
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    Troy: X marked the spot for centuries, but the ruins were only identified in 1822

    in the beginning of Herodotus it outlines why the Persians attacked Greece. it was over troy. so if I were a greek and troy was in my rear [middle Danube basin] I would want to move it to Anatolia. I would not want the Persians living in the middle Danube just a few days march up the backdoor...
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    What event turned Scythia into Tartary?

    archaeology of the scythians text is not English but lots of graphics with English captions note figure 5 and the chronology from 700bc
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    Troy: X marked the spot for centuries, but the ruins were only identified in 1822

    Troyes in France Troy in Romania Same urban plan including the river in the middle. Troy in Romania is many times larger. Some trojans went west, some east, some south.
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    Troy: X marked the spot for centuries, but the ruins were only identified in 1822

    these mega forts [many] are freaking out science because they WERE attacked by greeks even maybe with the first ever example of catapults [unless they had giants slinging huge clay balls]. and by the pottery the inhabitants from iarcuri went off to inhabit the troy in turkey after its collapse...
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    Troy: X marked the spot for centuries, but the ruins were only identified in 1822

    iarcuri is called "romer schanze" which means roman walls on 17th century maps. as a community [little village in old centre of city] its called schaden and zsdany which means walls or destroyed walls. but if you look closely you can see the roman wall is built over the wall of iarcuri.
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    Was previous Jerusalem located in England?

    Jerusalem means Martu (Uru) is appeased. to sumerians he was the god of westerners and son of an along with enki and enlil.
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    Was previous Jerusalem located in England?

    the romans assumed the role of the sons of Heracles and it was their fate to hunt down and kill the sons of Poseidon.
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    Was previous Jerusalem located in England?

    I have seen EVERY TIME TEAM episode. there has never been any suggestion the romans were not in Britain. as for Indian coins what was the date on your coin. there have been a few migrations from India to Britain. and they throw their coins away religiously. the new time team episodes will...
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    Was previous Jerusalem located in England?

    and you cannot find evidence of romans being there? when I was young I found a coin in our garden and some pottery. I think my mom still has it all. what was it I found?
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    Was previous Jerusalem located in England?

    when the romans conquered "paradise" [which had been a nesos {isthmus} before being flooded.. then unflooded again] more gold was deposited in the treasury in one lump sum that all the collective gold that had been deposited up till that time. they were very proud and made no secret of it. which...
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    Troy: X marked the spot for centuries, but the ruins were only identified in 1822

    This "city" can fit 45 Anatolian "troys" within its walls. the coliseum of Rome can sit on one of its walls. googlemap Troys walls were heaped up not stone. peace
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    Was previous Jerusalem located in England?

    when the romans invaded and conquered "paradise" they discovered the pen of Mithra [see it on Trajans column] and thus started roman Mithraism and ... the catholic church. the real pen of Mithra has a circular henge inside a small cursus. it was used to collect aurochs running from the flood...
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    Was previous Jerusalem located in England?

    the neolithic landscape of England [conical hill in pond, great cursus, small cursus, henges etc] is surely a copy of paradise [eden,Zion/jerusalem] before it suffered its catastrophe and the neolithic brits had to migrate to Britain. so I would agree its the previous Jerusalem but not the...
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    Hyperborea: what if it still exists?

    “Pindar olympian 3. For theron of acragas chariot race 476 b.C. I pray that I may be pleasing to the hospitable sons of tyndareus and to helen of the beautiful hair while I honor renowned acragas by raising my song in praise of theron’s victory at olympia, won by the choicest of horses with...
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    Comment by 'Parta' in media 'Hercules Carrying the Columns of Gaza'

    pindar says they were at Belgrade (springs of ister) in the first ever mention in Greek lit. Repeated by herodotus. That means the pen of geryon, temple of Apollo, Troy and even Atlantis are there too. See this fella
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    What event turned Scythia into Tartary?

    from wiki "Modern scholars agree that the name Koson most likely refers to a local king about whom nothing else is known. Vasile Pârvan argues that he was probably a Thracian dynast who employed the Dacian Getae tribe in plundering raids across the Danube, paying them in his coins. Theodor...
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    What event turned Scythia into Tartary?

    they do not mention they have only been found in Transylvania and the other relics with them were Dacian. it is unfortunate that the dacians were so stupid as to not have coins or writing considering they were the richest tribe on earth. and the Sinai tablets must be fake because they explain...
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    What event turned Scythia into Tartary?

    that coin is a Dacian koson. peace
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